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Holland / Moluccans / Siege Ends #252529

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 12, 1977
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(Studio) Dutch meet Moluccan leaders in effort to forestall further incidents and racial backlash from shootout freeing hostages held by Moluccan terrorists.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(N. Holland) Scene of school house conflict shown. [Hostage E.J. VAN DER DVLIET - notes change in terrorists' attitude after children released.] [Hostage Ineke RIJSTENBERG - expected to be held on train much longer.] [Hostage Saskia SEINS - describes rescue.]
REPORTER: Susan Peterson

(Studio) Moluccans may continue guerrilla efforts, perhaps in Indonesia, where independent Moluccan territory effort was crushed in 1950.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
Peterson, Susan

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